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Veteran Pitchers Helping Lead

The veteran Florida pitching staff isn't only focused on their production on the mound this season. They're also focused on the future of the program. With the Gators expected to lose multiple pitchers after this season, the pitchers have already started preparing the freshmen for their roles this season and the future.

"We're looked at as more of a leader role," said Florida right-hander Hudson Randall, who won eleven games last season. "They look up to us and ask ‘what should I be doing here?' or ‘how should I handle this?' It's different things in practice to handle on the field or off the field of how to handle college life. I offer as much information as I can." The transition isn't easy. Freshmen usually...

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